At Stanford: Plays soccer and lacrosse at Stanford, becoming the first in school history to double in those sports ... is only the second Bay Area recruit in Stanford lacrosse history ... can play midfield or outside back in soccer.
As a Sophomore in 2012: Played in 23 matches, with one start ... started in midfield for 2-1 comeback victory at Colorado (Oct. 7) ... had one assist, on Alina Garciamendez's 89th-minute winner in a 1-0 victory against Boston University (Sept. 7) ... provided energy, speed, and determination when placed in the lineup ... gave Stanford a huge boost as a second-half sub, as Stanford scored a tiebreaking goal to beat Washington State, 3-2 (Oct. 18).
As a Freshman in 2011: Made her collegiate debut in season-opening 4-0 victory over Penn State, playing 16 minutes ... suffered an injury in that game that contributed to her missing the next 12 games ... played a season-high 21 minutes in a 4-0 victory over Utah (Oct. 21).
Lacrosse: Scored 23 goals and had four assists for 27 points for Stanford in 2012 ... first freshman named to the All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation first team since 2007.
National Team Experience: Because of conflicts with lacrosse, Farr never played in the Olympic Development or national team programs.
High School/Club: Led St. Ignatius Prep of San Francisco to its first West Catholic Athletic League regular-season girls' soccer title in 2009, and into the 2011 Central Coast Section Division II final, completing an 11-goal, 3-assist season ... Led Marin FC to the semifinals of the prestigious Surf Cup in 2011 and to back-to-back league club titles ... was a 2010 Academic All-American in lacrosse.
Personal: Carried a weighted GPA of 4.3 and was a finalist for St. Ignatius' valedictorian.